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Being MaharashtrianI know the importance of the Gudipawa festival. Gudipadwa is the Maharashtrian new year so it is supposed to be a little more special than any other festival.
So in case you do not what the article is about then I am Giving you a little short intro about this festival. On this day all Maharashtrians put a gudis at their windows or doors. And we do the “pooja path” on this day. To welcome the new year, a new beginning, new experience, and goodwill.
When it comes to any festival women never take their foot back for getting ready in different festive looks. And when it is our new year we have to carry a polished and super traditional look. But the most requested question on the internet regarding this is “What should I wear on Gudi padwa?” and I am here to give you some gudi padwa outfit ideas. So till the end of this article, you will get a full-fledged guide on “how to create a gudi padwa look”.
Before starting with these get some ideas to dress up for holi too
how to create a gudi padwa look? :
Follow these 5 steps to create marathmola Gudi Padwa look
Let’s jump directly to our much-awaited gudi padwa outfit ideas,
1.Saree: Navvari or paithani?
So my answer to this question is you can try both…
Don’t give a second thought to any both are equally beautiful choices one can take into consideration. So let’s see one by one.
Well while introducing Nauvari I can say that Nauvari is a nine-yard long saree to make it more relevant Navvari is a little bit complicated to wear and carry but you don’t worry designers have found a great solution to that.
You can easily get ready-made stitched Daivari. You just have to wear it as if you are wearing jeans, leggings so be careless without having any insecurity just buy one for you!
We all know paithani we wear it, as usual, we wear other saree there is not much complexity in wearing paithani. Paithani is an evergreen option for everything be it any pooja, wedding, anniversary, engagement, reception. Everywhere paithani can fit into the mold. For Maharashtrians, Paithani is like treasure. Ladies love to wear paithani saree. I know you ladies must be having at least one paithani in your wardrobe.
So after seeing these two options of sarees can we discuss colors?
When it comes to colors as this is a festive season and also probably you are going to wear heavy gold jewelry too so go for bright colors like
- peaocok green
- coffee brown
- forest green
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2.Jewelry: which one to choose?
Are you planning to wear the normal and common types of pieces of jewelry like jhumka , necklace and that golden bangles which were there with you for 4-5 years and you keep using this with every outfit with which golden color goes good?
If you are planning these then please don’t wear this with nauvari/paithani. With marathmola look, you can’t go with these jewelries. Well, we maharastrian have a different set of jewelry. You might be hearing this name for the first time. So have a look at it.
- Nathani (nosepin)
- ranihaar (neckpiece)
- thushi (neckpiece)
- bormal (neckpiece)
- kolhapuri saaj (neckpiece)
- wel (a part of earing)
- lakshmihaar (neckpiece)
- mohanmal (long length neckpiece)
- tode (kind of bracelet)
- kamarband (waist hip belt)
- green bangles (for married women)
- paijan (payal/anklet)
Not telling you to wear all these at once but you can try some of them which you find comfortable or which are easily available for you. But I must say that without jewelry your Gudi Padwa look is incomplete. Try to have it at least minimal
3. Makeup: matte or glossy
Here we come up at makeup so let me tell you gone are the days when we were using glossy makeup on special occasions. Glossy makeup goes best with lipsticks that too mostly with western wear.
Now if you look at ladies for daily routine occasions, parties everywhere we are comfortable with matte look. As matte makeup stays longer than glossy makeup. And matte gives you the best finish. I personally love the matte look for every occasion.
While going for a matte look go for bright lipsticks like red, maroon, burgundy, coffee, and nude eyeshadow colors. Don’t overdo eye makeup as it will off.
4. Hairstyle: open hairs or tied hairs?
To add a little extra spice to your “Gudi Padwa look” have a special hairstyle. Instead of just letting it open
After saree, jewelry, the makeup we have come to a point where we are talking about hairs, and believe me instead of open hairs my choice is to go for tied hairs that too with a bun.
To add a different shine to your bun you can lighten this with gajra(flower garland) or khopa. This will surely work note this.
This is how khopa looks like
If you are having flicks then left it open else leave your little hairs from the front and curls them and you are done like this
5.footwear kolhapuri or heels?
Well to be very honest instead of heels do wear kolhapuris because on sarees and that too with the nauvari/paithani kolhapuris will look way better.
But what if you don’t have any kolhapuris in your shoe rack? Then simply go for juttis that’s it.
And with these steps, you are ready to flaunt your gudipadwa look. In the end, would like to tell you don’t worry about this much just Follow these 5 steps to create marathmola Gudi Padwa look and you will slay on this day.
So get ready like this and let your parents, in-laws, siblings,grandparents, and most important hubby should shower tonnes of Tarifs like “Sundar”,”apratim”,”gondas”,”apsara”,”navi navri”, and a lot. If you are Maharashtrian you can relate with me and if you are not a Maharashtrian then in simple words they are just synonyms for beautiful!
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